|2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final|
|Wales (10) 20|
|Tries: Wainwright, Moriarty Cons: Biggar 2 Pens: Biggar 2|
|France (19) 19|
|Tries: Vahaamahina, Ollivon, Vakatawa Cons: Ntamack 2|
A dramatic late Ross Moriarty try booked Wales a World Cup semi-final place at the expense of 14-man France as Warren Gatland’s side came from behind to win 20-19 in Oita.
France lock Sebastien Vahaamahina was sent off after 48 minutes for a blatant elbow on Wales flanker Aaron Wainwright in a decisive moment.
France were leading 19-10 at the time and Wales scored 10 unanswered points.
Gatland’s side play South Africa next Sunday in Yokohama.
Wales overcame the loss of centre Jonathan Davies just before kick-off to reach a third World Cup semi-final to follow their exploits of 1987 and 2011.
Vahaamahina, Charles Ollivon, and the brilliant Virimi Vakatawa scored France tries in a relentless first-half display, while Wales responded through Wainwright and Moriarty tries and 10 points from…